A Renaissance jewel set on the River Cher, Chenonceaux appears as if from a fairy tale. It is a superb example of 16th century French architecture with a history as a “chateau aux dames,” or ladies chateau, due to its ownership by a royal mistress and two queens. The ghosts of courtly intrigue, rivalry and magnificence fill every gallery and garden of this legendary place.
This is the first lecture in the four-part series, "Tales of France: A History of the Great Chateaux." Click Here for more information on the series.
A wine and cheese reception will be held before each lecture at 5:30 pm. Tickets are $25 per lecture. Click Here to purchase tickets, or call 847-0295, ext. 115, for more information.
This lecture series is generously sponsored by Marianne Wolfensberger-Jarzombek.